How to install phpMyAdmin with Apache on a CentOS 7 server?

phpMyAdmin used to provide graphical user interface for your databases. Accessing or performing each database operation using SQL commands is quite complicated job, phpMyAdmin makes it easy! 

Requirements -

1. Root access of server
2. LAMP installation (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, and PHP) on your server

Installation Steps -

1. EPEL Installation - 
#yum install epel-release
The EPEL is nothing but 'Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux' contains many additional packages, including the         phpMyAdmin package. 

2. phpmyadmin Installation - 
#yum install phpmyadmin
Using this command, phyMyAdmin creates the necessary tables for itself. phyMyAdmin installation is complete now! 

You can check it -  /etc/httpd/conf.d/phpMyAdmin.conf
3. Restart the Apache Web Service - #restart httpd.service

You can access the phpMyAdmin using any of the below URLs


All done! [Image: smile.png] 

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